WWE: These five superstars might soon retire from in-ring actionLast updated on Jul 31, 2019, 12:19 pm
WWE superstars put their bodies on the line every week to entertain their fans to the fullest.
However, just like any other sport, these superstars are professional athletes and they reach a phase where their bodies cannot endure the stress of being a wrestler.
Every year, there are several superstars who retire, as we analyze some of the biggest names who might retire soon.
Game Over for The Cerebral Assassin
Since 1990s, Triple H has been a top force in WWE, and his tally of 14 World Championships proves his credibility.
However, he has taken up a corporate role in the company, making his in-ring appearance sporadic.
Moreover, his physique is not the same as before.
He might retire soon and focus on taking the promotion to the next level.
The 'Big Show' could come to an end
While Hunter has had more success, Big Show too is a legend, winning the World Championship on seven occasions.
Notably, both began their career almost at the same time.
Show has undergone a physical transformation in the past couple of years. However, he does not have what it takes to entertain the new generation of fans.
He should now retire and preserve his legacy.
Time for the King of Lucha Libre to part ways
Rey Mysterio is undoubtedly the greatest wrestler in WWE, representing Lucha Libre.
Having won multiple championships in WWE, he became injury-prone in the latter phase of his career.
While he still continues to wrestle, he has become a shadow of himself.
There is no harm in retiring as he would still go down in the history books as one of WWE's greatest.
The Devil's favorite Demon should return to hell
Kane has been one of the most mysterious superstars in WWE to date.
Having won the World Championships on three occasions, fans loved his terrorizing attitude.
However, over the past few years, he has sidelined himself from WWE and joined politics. He is currently the mayor of Knox County.
Since politics require constant attention, retirement from WWE should perfectly suit him.
The Dead Man should abandon his yard
Just like his kayfabe brother Kane, Undertaker too should call time on his incredible in-ring career.
Being a 54-year-old veteran and having won a number of championships in WWE, he does not have anything left to prove in WWE.
While fans still crave for him, his physique won't be able to endure long enough.
And, that is why he should now retire.